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Democracy Now! Tuesday, July 12, 2005 (July 12, 2005)

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* Headlines for July 12, 2005
* CPB Chief Tomlinson Comes Under Fire For Secretly Monitoring Political Content of Public Broadcasting
* CPB Board Member on Fmr. RNC Chair Patricia Harrison: "We Shouldn't Select Anyone Who Has Run One Of The National Political Parties"
* Cato vs. PBS: A Debate on Federal Funding of Public Broadcasting
* Rep. Henry Waxman on Karl Rove: "The President Said He Would Fire Anybody He Found Responsible"

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Date: 2005-07-12 00:00:00
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Label / Recorded by: DN Studios
Keywords: Democracy Now

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